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Author: Anthony Williams, GRDC managing director and CEO, 29 Mar 2021
By understanding and working on the most pressing – or valuable – industry needs, GRDC aims to support growers to thrive in 2021, and beyond.
Author: GRDC, 23 Mar 2021
Grain growers and advisers are encouraged to register their participation in a national webinar in which experts will provide the latest information on managing blackleg, one of the most serious diseases of canola.
Author: GRDC, 22 Mar 2021
New research indicates there are variable levels of sensitivity to some insecticides between populations of fall armyworm in different geographical areas of Australia.
Author: GRDC, 18 Mar 2021
Researchers from the Fungicide Resistance Group at the Centre for Crop and Disease Management (CCDM) confirmed the presence of DMI resistance in samples during the 2020 season.
Author: GRDC, 17 Mar 2021
Australian grain growers are set to get better crop variety recommendations faster through a $5.39 million five-year INVITA investment.
Author: GRDC, 16 Mar 2021
Mungbean crops typically require N to maximise yield, but recent research has found that mungbean crops will not respond to applied N fertiliser under a wide range of field conditions.
Author: Chris Warrick, GRDC Grain Storage Extension Project, 15 Mar 2021
The aim and sole purpose of sealable silos is to ensure that successful fumigations to control insects. There is no other purpose or time a silo should be sealed.
Author: GRDC, 14 Mar 2021
GRDC frost workshops to be held in Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania will cover all frost-related considerations for growers.
Author: GRDC, 13 Mar 2021
An end point royalty collection for mungbeans will start from October 1.
Author: GRDC, 12 Mar 2021
Victorian growers and agronomists are being offered cereal and canola disease management advice through workshops in Horsham and Melbourne in March.